#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for September, 2014

Winners, weekends, pink flamingos and books, books, books

First, our winners: Fran F and Mary D.Wornick, it’s your lucky day.  :)  What’s that you say?  You’re not Fran or Mary?  Not to worry–there’s a new round in progress as of today.  :)  Comment, and you’re in.  Maybe when next Monday rolls around, I’ll be announcing your name. 

My weekend was a full one–on Saturday, Bernicie and I made our usual mail run.  She rode in her brand new car seat, and she was a bit nervous at first, since she usually rides in my lap–which, alas, turns out to be illegal.  Who knew?  Also, since the Yorkster is, after all, 

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Winners, weather and flu

Today’s blog will be short–I’ve got that silly bug that’s been going around.

Our winners are Julie Fetter and Pam Paterakis.  Many congratulations, ladies!  A new contest is already rolling, for if you’re not Julie or Pam, no worries.  :)  Just comment and you’re in the game.

As for the weather, well, it’s overcast and, yes, a mite on the gloomy side.  Rather than lowering my spirits, however, it just makes me feel very, VERY grateful for my warm, well-lit house and all its comforts.  :)

I have Weight Watchers tomorrow–I’ll be back with a report either in the afternoon or on

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Cattle drives rarely went more than ten or twelve miles a day, as the cattle had to be given time to rest and graze. A drive from Texas to Montana could take up to five months.